1. 2014frames:

    Edinburgh College of Art graduate Alberta Whittle has provided 2014Frames with two separate selections, the first of these being a focus on photography from the Caribbean.
    Colour and texture clearly come into play here as the photographers provide us with an insight into what Alberta refers to as “A hybridised culture, where globalisation has ensured cross fertilisation across territories..”
    These vivid, dynamic images have an ability to grab attention immediately, encouraging us to look deeper into the stories contained within.

    To find out more visit (From top to bottom)

    Nadia Huggins
    http://www.nadiahuggins.com/
    Khalil Goodman
    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Khalil-Goodman-Photography/56743421761
    Mark King
    http://markkingismarkings.com/
    Leslie Taylor
    Logan C Thomas
    http://www.logancthomas.com
    Rodell Warner
    http://www.rodellwarner.com/

     
  2. Mark King Knightian Uncertainty (maritime) 32” x 32” Ink and pencil on paper 2014

     
  3. That’s me sitting next to Amanda Coulson (Art Critic, Curator, Director of The National Art Gallery of The Bahamas, Co-founder of VOLTA Art Fair) and artists Blue Curry and Heino Schmid at our panel talk last Friday during Transforming Spaces

    I’m still processing this amazing experience. It was extra special that it all happened in a place where I spent a big chunk of my childhood. I’m grateful to have reconnected with Nassau and the sea of inspiring people involved in Transforming Spaces

    Photo courtesy of Curator/Writer Nicole Smythe-Johnson who also gave a solid talk that night. 

     

  4. Happy Birthday Mossless. You look great. 

    mossfull:

    Mossless launched exactly five years ago. It’s our birthday!

    I’ll be honest with you—-the first few years weren’t easy. I had to forget about stats, notes, reblogs, and so on, and just make content. I knew that we needed to stay productive. I made the interview-every-two-days rule just so that I…